Homegroups & Triads


If you consider Vineyard Ottawa your “home church”, we invite you to connect into a homegroup! Homegroups are weekly or bi-weekly small/cell groups for adults that meet in a home. The purpose of a small group is to foster a pastoral and “family” environment where we can share our lives in a more intentional way. Every homegroup is different just like every family is different! Most will have an element of worship, prayer, sharing and/or teaching as part of their structure, but some will be entirely unique. (For example: Alpha, youth or senior ladies’ homegroup.) Child care isn’t provided, but some homegroups may choose to involve children in their dynamic.

Come talk to anyone on our leadership team
if you’d like to know more!



Small groups (like homegroups and triads) serve as community building blocks, and can be such an effective way to build a sense of community and friendship together. So, what is a triad exactly? Simply said, a triad is a group of 3 men, or 3 women, who mutually agree to meet every 4–6 weeks, as friends, in a casual and relaxed setting. (Usually around meal at a restaurant, or a home if preferred).

Just like homegroups, being in a triad is entirely optional!

Download a PDF about Triads and Homegroups